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the uppert hand? takes aim at new york. could your state be the next target? ♪ >> paul: welcome to the editorial report. i'm paul gigot. troubling poll numbers for recent controversies including nas targeting mayg finally be taking their toll. job approval dropped eight points in one month according to a polll released this week with 45%d approving of job he is doing and 54% disapproving. that brings his real clear politics average to well. under 50%. perhaps most worrisome is 17-point drop among peopleth under 30. d joining the panel this week, wall street kloumist dan henninger.mn james free man and washington columnist kim strassel. how do you read this poll drop.um is it just the scandals and which one in particular? >> i think what you are seeing is the different scandals are resonatingp look at the independents.ls that cnn poll going back a independents thought it wasen tied irs scandal to the white house. that number is more than 51%. then you go over ton millennials. 17-point drop that seems to be more related to the nsa. these are facebook, twitter crowd people and they
where congressman moakley need will be introducing senator rand paul. sleep on thele to plane and i sat next to mr. cliburn the hallway. that was interesting. [laughter] i have been asked to introduced a friend of mine. in washington, we have a saying that if you want a friend, get a dog. it is a way to give you cannot trust anybody up there. that rule followed precisely since i've been there. i have actually made some very good friends, some of my best friends. you all know and have heard, and i will tell you it is true, that tray and jeff and tim and i have become friends in the last couple of years. and the scoutmaster has become a good friend of mine. he is still a senior member of the delegation. i do have some good friends, but not many. it is difficult to make friends in washington, d.c.. but tonight i want to introduce one of those people. talk is relatively cheap in washington, most of it anyway. some of that has been pretty good. when i first got to washington a center called and said, you have been doing some good work with the guys, and why don't you come and meet some of th
susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to walk through the exhibition with her. it is so learnful. i wanted to share that opportunity with the rest of the bay area. one of my favorites, during the laurent exhibition, one of my favorite moments is one suzy stopped in her tracks. she said, this is it, this is what is true of any great artist or any great designer. when they do something, it can be shocking and avant-garde, but years later, we stand and look at it and believe it has always existed. i think that this is true of jean paul gaultier's work. i know that have been friends for a very long time. it is my honor to introduce both suzy menkes, fashion editor of the international herald tribune, and mr. jean paul gaultier. [applause] >> the love seat. [laughter] i just want to know, can you hear me? please shout loudly if you cannot. [laughter] yes or no, you can hear? >> s
this anthony wiener segment sense we have paul mccurio. >> i know. it is never going to happen of. >> it is not going to happen. it will go to predictable, stupid puns. >> we can drop those out and it will be like he was never on the show. >> and it will be three minutes and we will have to put stuff in there like a funny comedian. >> do you want to help here? >> we will welcome the guests no i. lets -- now. let's go. >> her day job is getting bad men off. and at night the same thing. i am here with defense attorney remi spencer. you look delightful. and he is one of the greater comics of his generation. but bill cosby was busy so we got this guy, paul mccurio. and join the dozens of fans who check out his pod cast called the paul mccurio show. like most meed yolker products , it is free. >> i am going to leave now. i just interviewed paul mccartney for my pod cast. >> i doubt that. >> i swear to god. it is coming in two weeks. >> and he is a drink umbrella, bill schulz. and his mustache once stole a pick up truck and kicked a bear's ass. he is also the president of "red eye." ya
. paul and jeff. here they were celebrating at the supreme court after the ruling on wednesday. but look, here they are tonight at city hall in los angeles. racing down to city hall to get their marriage license. paul katami and jeff serillo are expected to be married this hour at city hall in l.a. by the mayor. this process has moved along much faster than anybody expected, but two days after the supreme court's historic ruling on wednesday, same sex marriage has now resumed in the state of california. and joining us now is camilla harris, attorney general for the great state of california and she's had a very busy night already. miss harris, thank you very much for joining us tonight. congratulations. >> great to be back with you, rachel. thank you. >> gave us a play-by-play of how this came about. we were expecting a 3 1/2 week wait. all of a sudden it happened. >> it was extraordinary. i was sitting in my office in a meeting with a group of folks. someone passes me a note, the ninth circuit is going to announce something. so i just continued with the meeting because, of course, other
and seat 3 steven seat 57 brad paul and seat 7 julian dash and seat 9 jeff and seat 10 or leveling jerold banks and we're speaking on behalf of these as being stakeholders they'll come to the community and done a large number even if things. i appreciate all the folks who have applied but some of them don't come to the hearing to be appointed because if they're not here for this meeting how will they make the meetings. any other public comments >> seeing none, public comments are now closed. you know what i'd like to do is this impacts supervisor kim's district and i'd like to hear our thoughts. there have so many qualified people that have come to us today >> i would like to make some recommendations to the rules committee and i don't envy you guys for it's amazing how much people want to serve our city and want to be engaged. i am lucky i represent an amazing district. i want to make the following recommendations for seat 2 peter and for seat 3 steve. steve has been at his job thirty years and they really impact the south of marketing and our city citywide. and, of course, peter used
, the host of the paul mecurio show featuring an interview with jay leno and soon with my buddy paul mccartney, paul mecurio. next, forbes.com contributor rick ungar who took paul mccartney's place. >> bummer. >> john: sorry paul. and emmy winning comedian, writer actor and host of the overview, rick overton. welcome, gentlemen. let's kick things off with a man in the news a great deal lately. we know mary delong alen is no fan of this man. the condescending folk from texas. >> it is unfortunate she hasn't learned from her own example that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential and that every life matters. >> john: that's the governor with the most executions in american history talking about life. and so, gentlemen why won't rick perry ever be president? paul? >> well, because that quote right there. that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential. at 63, he's nowhere near realizing his. >> i think maybe he has more than realized his full potential. >> comedy. >> he'll never be president because he doesn't know how to accept a bottle of map
eel -- illegal immigrants. senator rand paul is voting no. the senator is here. welcome everyone. i'm in for neil cavuto. this is "your world." the senate now poised to vote on landmark immigration reform. senator rand paul and brett bear on the political fallout in a moment. first, the bill and exactly what is it in. first of all, what does it say about border security? >> well, with the inclusion of this new amendment that was passed in the last few days, it includes over 40 billion new spending and mandates 700-miles of fencing look the border as well as in the technology along the border, but it does not, as a lot of conservatives want, require that the government do some actual result, but powers a lot of money into the -- pures a lot of money into the process. >> path to citizenship, a long ways away? >> for most people who are currently here illegally, it's ten years away there is a group of agriculture workers and greeners who will get there twice as fast, in five years. what happens is, if you're here illegally within the next few months, if this will were to become law, yo
paul will be here to opine about all the issues and scandals facing washington today. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. we want to get strata to the drama unfolding in sanford, florida, where the prosecution's star witness in the george zimmerman murder trial wrapped up her spellbinding testimony. rachel jeantel is the 19-year-old friend on the phone with trayvon martin moments before he was shot and killed. testimony she gave yesterday elevated the racial component of the trail after she said that trayvon described zimmerman as a, quote, cracker. today the defense revisited that issue. >> describing the person is what made you think it was racial. >> yes. >> that's because he described him as a creepy ass cracker? >> yes. >> so it was racial, but it was because trayvon martin put race in this. >> no. >> you don't think hats a racial comment? >> no. >> you don't think that creepy ass cracker is a racial comment? >> no. >> not racial? okay. according to jeantel, that's apparently just how peo
avalos and the executive director from our department of emergency management and paul henderson from the mayor's office and thank you so much for being here today. the vips up here on the stage are going to be presenting awards to hero and honorees. as the answering point for services, the 911 center in san francisco processes 1 million 91,000 calls a year, and with the first agency in the state of california to accept our own wireless 911 calls and have done so successfully for 12 years. 75 percent of the calls that we receive are from cell phones so it is important that you train your kids and family members to know how to dial from a cell phone and if they speak a language other than english to call for help saying what dialect they can speak, we can translate into three languages if someone that you knows or loves dials 911 and english is not their first language, give us the dialect and be able to connect them with someone that can speak their language as quickly as possible. >> it is my pleasure to present the first 911 hero. tala hall. if you come up and we have supervisor joh
. the person officiatinofficiatin mayor. >> we were here a little over an hour ago. this is jeff and paul, all four were congratulated by the president. let's listen in to the ceremony. >> thousand the contra-- now th of marriage is most solemn. it is not to be entered lightly but seriously with a deep observation of its obligations and responsibility. marriage is also a promise made in the hearts of two people who love each other. and that promise will take a lifetime to fulfill. now within the circle of its love, maerrriage encompasses al of life's most important relationshi relationships. so paul, do you take jeff as your lawful wedded spouse in. >> i do. >> jeff, do you take paul to be your lawful wedded spouse? >> i do. >> do you each promise to love and comfort one another? to honor and keep one another in sickness and in health, in prosperity and adversity and/ke forsaking all others, be faithful to each other as long asywn you both shall live ? >> we do. >> i don't know about you, but i got goose bumps. >> now the wedding ring is an outward sign. >> listening in live there. these are t
, the winner of hell's kitchen nine,paul. [laughs] what's going on? hustle! i'm tired of getting my ass kicked! my fire isn't out. i'm gonna show you why i'm a big deal. holy [bleep]! [laughs] now, a little word of advice for the team? big deal is back. that's all i gotta to say. don't come in here talking [bleep] to us right off the bat. calling yourself big deal-- you have no idea what we're capable of. when i told you the competition is gonna be strong, i really meant it. we are the best chefs up here. we can beat them. the woman with the towel on her head wasn't too intimidating. i think we're good. it's gonna be a little tough from here on out. i have never looked more forward to a dinner service as our next in hell's kitchen. here's where we're gonna go up another level. i want you all to come up with one stunning appetizer, one stunning entree to add to the classic hell's kitchen menu. something out of the box. something that shows you on a plate. also, i'm gonna leave it up to both teams to decide your stations. you've got one hour to come up with your plan. good luck. you'll probably
's that report, expanded and updated, on "the united states of alec." >> paul weyrich: they want everybody to vote. i don't want everybody to vote. as a matter of fact, our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down. >> steve farley: i've often told people that i've talked to out on the campaign trail when they say "state what?" when i say i'm running for the state legislature. i tell them that the decisions that are made here in the legislature are often more important for your everyday life than the decisions the president makes. >> john nichols: if you really want to influence the politics of this country, you don't just give money to presidential campaigns, you don't just give money to congressional campaign committees. the smart players put their money in the states. >> ronald regan: alec has forged a unique partnership between state legislators and leaders from the corporate and business community. this partnership offers businessmen the extraordinary opportunity to apply their talents to solve our nation's problems and build on our opportunitie
degree. >> and rand paul -- >> we will get to rand in a second. the right wing didn't go after president obama, they went after the nsa for doing what they're doing. it so happens under president obama the nsa expanded their reach. >> under bush. >> it started under bush, when it became president obama's, they went from going after foreign intelligence surveillance into let's blanket cover a whole area of the country, figure out if we can find something. we don't know what they're doing with all of the information they're sitting on. >> obama said he was going to change, he wasn't going to be the guy that surveilled americans, he was going to shut this program down, wasn't for the warrantless surveillance of anyone. so that's where the hypocrisy comes in. he said he was going to change it. >> we are confusing two programs, one is p.r.i.s.m. anyone that believes p.r.i.s.m. is violation of fourth amendment is an idiot. there's no fourth amendment for foreigners. we can look at their stuff. it is called spying. if you're against spying on foreigners -- >> i am against using p.r.i.s.m. to sp
. utah, the state of sport. the new mitch, by paul mitchell. style isn't born, it's groomed. and by avia. push on. we set out the make hair care products in the world. we never tested on animals. and we love the environment. our success makes us a target for counterfeiters. they copy our packaging, and basically sell you an inferior product. if you find our product in any drugstore or supermarket, it is either counterfeit, of gray market diverted product. we've done it right. and we've got a great track record. only your salon guarantees the real paul mitchell. narrator: leg one of the xterra usa championship in pineview reservoir, just outside of ogden, utah, has come to an end for race leader ben allen of australia. right behind him are american pros branden rakita and craig evans. but today's most impressive swim performance is turned in by chris jeffrey. she not only leads the women's race, but is the fourth overall swimmer out of the water. after the 200-yard uphill sprint to transition, ben allen remains in the lead. he'll want to hurry, are exiting the water. allen has had a brea
at u davis law school. on our panel are paul rogers, "san jose mercury" news environment writer and michael cabanatuan, ""san francisco chronicle"" reporter. what a week at the supreme court. >> indeed. >> we had been reporting it would be at least 25 days before marriages began in california. why do you think the ninth circuit acted so quickly? >> normally a lower court will wait for 25 days before implementing what the supreme court does to give the party that lost in the supreme court a chance to ask the u.s. supreme court to reconsider. but it's not mandatory for federal courts to do that. and the ninth circuit, i think, felt that marriage has been on hold for a long time since the plaintiffs sued and won in the trial court. let's be honest, the chances that the u.s. supreme court would consider a request to look at this again are very small. >> there was some question though the proponents of prop 8 were saying this was not a class action lawsuit. it only applied to these two couples. presumably they were going to test that in court. is that now moot? >> the problem with th
this. i do not have my gaultier touch at that time. so then it was like to make jean paul gaultier for ermez. no, sorry, to make ermez through the eyes of jean paul gaultier. i love that. then there was a death. it was seven years after our collaboration. i think it was good to go in, because my life was not with ermez. it was for my own company. so we changed. we pushed. spanish rudes, perfume routes. sounds very good to my ears. i am a quite truthful person >. >> is there always going to be a controversial side of jean paul gaultier? there was a time when you were inspired by rabbis. i believe you're in new york, there were a bunch of rabbis he saw walking by the public library, you turned it into a collection. you must have known this was dramatic and would be alarming to people. >> i should say that in some way, i think i have a kind of innocence. like that is not that big part of me. when it is beautiful, i believe in it. i saw it was beautiful. i wanted to show it. for me, it was so strong, the impression. it was beautiful. and with a lot of meaning for me. it was meaning for
mass. >> reporter: 88-year-old paul lopez was just 17 when he joined the navy. it was 1943, right before the start of his senior year at santa barbara high. fighting for your country was more important. >> right. that was more important, and so we left. >> reporter: lopez manned anti-aircraft guns on the "uss maryland." the battleship was hit by a japanese suicide pilot right near the philippines. >> you just can't describe, you know, walking over and helping the pick up the body parts. it's just something i hope nobody ever has to go through. >> reporter: he didn't think he could feel any farther away from home until a friend sent him this newspaper clipping about the graduating class of 1944, his class. how did that make you feel? >> i was devastated. when i seen that photoi was just thinking of, my god, what am i going to tell my grandkids, you know? your grandfather didn't graduate. >> reporter: that day came when his grandson diego started at santa barbara high. >> he was talking to me about his war days, and then he would talk about how, you know, how proud he was of me that
. he was air lifted. he is expected to survive. >>> san francisco pride is underway tonight. paul chambers is live in san francisco with how the city is preparing for an historic weekend. paul. >> reporter: we're out here live. the official kickoff is about to begin. people are lining up right now for the traditional trans march. the transformation at san francisco civic center plaza is underway. rainbow flags, building stages all for one cause. the annual pride. >> we've been working on all levels with the city and various agencies, police to ensure we have a safe, secure and sell celebratory mood. >> reporter: police officers will be in uniform and undercover. they're asking people if they see something, say something this weekend. officers recommend going in a group and watching out for pickpocketters. >> we're also going to add cameras to the parade route on sunday for the gay pride parade in san francisco. so much of what we did for bay to breakers. >> reporter: pride organizers expect a crowd over 1 million people. with the increase in temperatures they're bringing in extra
lo sucedido entre paul callinagi y edwin brooner. >> la jo0rnada sabatina estuvo cargada en materia deportiva, atletismo, copa confedraciones y más. >> el tri tuvo mal debut en el mundial sub 20 perdiendo contra grecia 2 a 1, el slavador perdió contra turqía el local, 3 a 1. >> la vallista de 21 años de edad se convirtió en la tercera mejor corredora de todos los tiempos. >> en phoeni jason bruce tuvo su primer partido con dos cuadrangulares en la temporada, los de arizona ganaron 4 carreras a 3. >> en san diego se encontraron nuevamente carlos diego, los dodgers de los Ángeles terminaron 6 carreras a 1 contra los padres . >> conectaba batazo al derecho, al final seattle gana 7 carreras por 5. >> japón y méxico por orgullo en la copa confederaciones, chicharito hernández sumó 35 goles empatando a carlos hermosilla en goleadores por la seleción mexicana y méxico terminó 2 a 1 contra japón. >> se prestaba el partido para ver modificaciones, dijo chepo. >> en el otro encuentro de manera simultánea brasil eviataba a españa en semifinales, el estradio estaba completo y ne
the minimal impact of drones on u.s. soil. and now, wt this allows us to understand though, that ram paul was right when the senator engaged in the filibuster and what he asked for a couple of months ago. he asked for the unanswered questions of domestic use of drones and the impact on the american public, what were they and what was going on and was it actually happening. he was chidded and mocked and ridiculed by the oba administration and some in the senate r engaging in such a thing. ram paul was right and finally we are getting an answer. yes, drones are used onhe american soil. >> and so now the irs is targeting the conservativ groups because they don't agree with the ideology. he didn't speci who and why they were using the drones. again, can we trust them? we are building a little argument here? >> we are building a strong case against that trust of today's federal government. i personall do notrust any government that is led by barak obama when he is fulfillg the promise to fundmentall transform the most exceptional nation. as i said so many times we don't ed afundmental transfor
to in any way intercept mr. snowden? >> pelley: and paul lopez put his life on hold to fight for his country. carter evans reports 69 years later he's gone back in time to live his dream. captioning sponsored by captioning sponsored by cbs with scott p this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. >> pelley: good evening. a nation of immigrants tonight is one step closer to creating a path to citizenship for 11 million immigrants who are living here illegally. the senate this afternoon approved a sweeping overhaul of immigration laws. by a vote of 68-32. 14 republicans joined every democrat in voting yes. in addition to offering the hope of citizenship, the senate bill would also flood the mexican border with thousands of new federal agents. nancy cordes is at the capitol for us tonight. nancy? >> reporter: scott, no one could have predicted this a year ago. the last serious attempt at comprehensive immigration reform went down in flames six years ago. but that was before a presidential election where republicans lost big among hispanics, giving the issue new lif
's been said, but could it be true? paul solman reports on new research to determine whether wealth may make us more likely to bend the rules. >> people all the way at the top were actually cheating four times as much as someone all the way at the bottom, just to win credits for a $50 cash prize. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and we close with the author of a new book "does jesus really love me?" and his journey as a gay christian to find answers that question as church's struggle with homosexuality. >> you look at american families and how there isn't one that's untouched by this issue. the conversations are happening at kitchen tables in a way that they weren't. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> i want to make things more secure. >> i want to treat more dogs. >> our business needs more cases. >> where do you want to take your business? >> i need help selling art. >> from broadband, to web hosting, to mobile apps, small business solutions from a.t.&t. can help
as it happens on our sister network hln. i want to bring back our cnn analyst paul callen and also danny savilas. paul, let me start with you. to the testimony that we've just been hearing about who it was screaming, you could hear jane surdyka talk about not only in the court, but sometimes even on the call, it's the boy. but at this point, no one knows the name george zimmerman. no one knows the name trayvon martin, but yet she can determine in her own thought who the boy is. i need you to speak to me as a lawyer and what you would do with that information. >> i think this is some of the most important evidence in the whole case, because if it is a boy or a child screaming, that she hears, and then later on in other taped encounters, the jury's going to go against zimmerman. he's shooting somebody on the ground screaming for help. but can you determine it's a young person? can you identify a scream? ironically, they had a hearing on this with the top experts in the country, and the judge said, you know something, scientifically, you can't determine whose voice it is in this tape. but the jury
much for that. >>> coming up next, my interview with senator rand paul. he says the director of national intelligence, james clapper, lied when he told congress in march that the government was not collecting data on americans. we'll have him explain that. i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just a click away with our free mobile app. what'the truth is, americans are already seeing the benefits. she's seeing more seniors for free wellness visits. he received a $150 rebate from his health insurance company. and next year, she can expand her small business, thanks to tax credits that cover up to half of her workers' health insurance. better coverage and lower costs. that's what obamacare means for them. get all th
. and occasionally, house republicans do pipe up on this issue. as georgia republican paul broun did last year. he introduced an amendment to block the enforcement of the voting rights act. he brought it up in the middle of the night. john lewis, that democratic georgia congressman beaten to an inch of his life on the edmund pettus bridge, john lewis was there in the house in the middle of the night last year, in may of last year, to answer paul broun when powell broun tried to block enforcement of the vote ing rights act. when john lewis confronted him, paul broun collapsed, apologizing and stuttering and wishing he had not brought it up. >> maybe some of us need to study a little contemporary history dealing with the question of voting rights. just think, before the voting rights act of 1965, it was almost impossible for many people in the state of georgia, in alabama, in virginia, in texas, to register to vote, to participate in a democratic process. it's shameful that you would come here tonight and say to the department of justice that you must not use one penny, one cent, one dime, one dolla
presidential candidate paul ryan. they sent him out to try to make the case that it wasn't republicans' fault that they failed on this thing, it was democrats' fault. >> the democrats promised 40 votes and they didn't deliver the votes that they had promised. our leaders brought the bill to the floor based upon the commitment that democrats from the agricultural districts made, and then during consideration of this bill on the floor they refleged on the commitment of the 40 votes that they promised and the bill went down. >> oh, no. see, if this is the analysis that makes republicans feel better about completely losing control of the house and having no idea what will happen there from day to day and vote to vote even though they're supposed to be in charge, that's a problem. because paul ryan is 20e89ly wrong about that. paul ryan, math guy, is getting the arithmetic horribly wrong here. paul ryan says we thought we would have 40 votes from democrats, but 16 of them reneged. look at the number of republican votes there. if you add to that number the 16 lost democrats who paul ryan says would
prosecutor paul henderson also joining us kendall coffee a former prosecutor, lisa bloom. lisa, let me start with you. how is rachel doing as a witness? i would imagine she's been instructed to answer as little as possible, yes, sir or no, sir. >> yes. on kroengs that's exactly the way you're supposed to answer and today she's adding in sir and even mr. west in a sign of respect for the defense attorney. he's now boring in on probably the most important testimony. she said she heard trayvon martin say "get off get off." mr. west is pointing out this is inconsistent. >> is west being a bit combative anticipates few moments ago when he was pressing her on whether or not she could attest to the fact that trayvon didn't make some sort of physical motion towards zimmerman? >> i think his demeanor has been pretty patient, pretty good. but she's doing better today. and one thing i think is coming across that may be very difficult for the defense to shake. i think this witness is convincing the jury that trayvon martin was, in fact, being pursued by george zimmerman. now the separate question of whe
. >> wet cats. >> yeah. mad cats. >> rand paul. he's becoming increasingly high profile inside the gop. he's heading a state dinner next week. this weeks washington post, they asked if rand paul is going mainstream or vice versa, what most explains the new seriousness with which paul is being regarded is request for the identity inside the republican party. is his rise in the ranks a reflex of the party that's till in disarray? >> we lost the last election. i fie ransd paul is finding his space. how big that space is is yet to be defined. he's got the talking points. but the big light or the presidential light that looks like that's where he's headed hasn't shined on him exactly. >> what do you mean by that? >> i think the jury is out on rand paul. the vote 99 to 1 on a decision and he's the loan vote. those things start mattering? >> so you think he maybe too fringed to be a serious contender. >> i think once we get competition, once you get more people in there and it becomes a republican race, i think that light is going to shine pretty brightly. and when you start having talent up agai
the latino community. it culminated with a powerful prayer breakfast. paul strand was there. ♪ >> reporter: music and prayer. [speaking a foreign language] >> reporter: filled the room at the national hispanic prayer breakfast. hundreds gathered to pray for the nation, their leaders and communities, world peace, and more. >> we know that there is power in number. the bible says three bonded cord is a lot stronger than a two-bonded one. i think that is true in every sense of the world. >> reporter: one topic on everyone's mind? >> it has been so many years since president bush declared that we needed to create some comprehensive immigration reform. and now president obama is in his second term, and he promised in his first term he would do something and nothing happened. >> reporter: will it pass, and if so, when? >> we spoke with senator reid and we're hoping by july 4th the senate will have an agreement. we spoke with leaders of the republican house, mr. cantor and his leadership team, and they're going to be picking it up right away. it is our hope and prayer we will have immigration ref
. >> live this hour, we have the prop 8 couple there, paul katami and jeff zalittlo. let's get into the defeat of doma, an hour ago ruled as being unconstitutional under equal protection. this was a 5-4 decision. anthony kennedy writing this. this has no impact on the state level. but explain how this gives the proper footing for more lawsuits on the state level. >> well, sometimes you have to really listen to the music just rather than the individual notes. it's true the legal ruling, 5-4, is just what you said. and that is if a state already recognizes a same-sex marriage, it violates the constitution for the federal government not to recognize that marriage. it has to give them equal treatment, literally. but the theme of the decision, the underlying message, i think, is that these are marriages, these are relationships that are worthy of equal respect. and so while it doesn't give an actual legal ruling that would give you a constitutional right to a same-sex marriage in a state that doesn't recognize it, it really does send a powerful message to the country that this is so
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